The pepper plants, however did not fair so well.
I have some bonus plants that are volunteers, last fall, after Halloween I didn't know what to do with the Jackolantern (misspelled it so bad spell check suggested COUNTERATTACK!) jack-o-lantern, so I just put it in the garden.
Now those little pumpkin seeds are going nuts, I hope they keep going.
The plants that I put in containers are doing alright, with the exception of two tomato plants, they are kicking ass!
Why are they doing so well?
The secret is the soil.
The two tomato plants in Happy Frog are a deep lush green and are doing far better than the others.
They were doing so well that I went back and looked at the soil package.
This stuff is from Humboldt County!
I guess (know) that it was designed for growing a different kind of crop, but it works great for tomatoes.
Next year I think I'll go 100% containers and definitely 100% Happy Frog.